It's a few days before his film, Love and Other Drugs, reaches theaters and Edward Zwick is sipping tea, as calm as can be expected.
When Jake Gyllenhaal called me a few weeks ago to talk about his new movie, Love & Other Drugs, I knew we'd have a fun conversation, but I had no idea the actor would be so willing to discuss sensitive subjects.
Nicholls' cleverest device, that of structuring the book in chapters all set on the same day but on a subsequent year, is just too blatant an invitation to make a movie.
Kicking ass always looks best paired with ultra-smoky eyes and scarlet lips. Here are some of my favorite cinematic vixen looks -- and how to replicate them.
Get ready to say goodbye to skinny stilettos for good. "We've found a genuine way to make beautifully crafted, sexy footwear that's actually good for ...
This is a joint post with Lauren Young. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has been getting negative press about the relief efforts after the earthquak...
Make no mistake, Alice in Wonderland is easily Tim Burton's worst film since Planet of the Apes, and its failures bring into question just what kind of filmmaker he wants to be in the next phase of his career.
If you have some extra cash to throw down the rabbit hole, we love Sue Wong's Alice-inspired pink and black lace cocktail dress - but we still can't get past spending almost $400 on a Disney-themed frock.
I think the shock came from the incongruity of a woman of mature age dressed like an extra from the Halloween scene of Mean Girls - a movie about high schoolers, in case you have forgotten.
Valentine's Day wants to do for that Hallmark holiday what Love Actually did for Christmas: exploit it to make a romantic comedy. Just one problem: it's not funny.
A year later, it's a bittersweet experience watching Amy Rice and Alicia Sams' documentary, By the People: The Election of Barack Obama, which premieres on Tuesday on HBO.
Rachel Zoe reigns as the most sought after celebrity stylist, boasting a roster that includes, among others, Lindsay Lohan, Keira Knightley and Anne Hathaway. And the empire continues to grow.
Jessica Simpson takes home two celebrity weekly covers. That's one more than the Gosselin drama! Looks like America is finally getting sick and tir...
The Public Theater's presentation of "Twelfth Night," starring Anne Hathaway and Raul Esparza, has closed. What a superbly home-grown triumph this has been!
To bring together a wonderful cast of some of the great performers in the American theatre and watch them create one of the best shows I have seen in the Park in quite some time was a rare treat.
So while New York offers all these amazing cultural opportunities, I have to battle my feeling of responsibility to offer my kids as much exposure as I can, and that it is my job, come hell or high water, to shove it down their throats